Vinyl copies of the Beastie Boys’ 2011’s 'Hot Sauce Committee Part Two' were out of print for quite some time now, so the band decided to bring the title back on vinyl and sell them through independent record stores, just like 1996 instrumental LP The In Sound From Way Out! and 2004's 'To The 5 Boroughs'. “These three titles have been out of print on vinyl, so we're bringing em back!” the band said via a post on their Facebook page.
Hot Sauce Committee Part Two is the eighth and final studio album by the American hip hop band Beastie Boys, released on April 27, 2011 through Capitol Records. It was originally planned for release on September 15, 2009 under the title Hot Sauce Committee, Pt. 1, as the first installment of a two-part set. The release was delayed after band member Adam "MCA" Yauch was diagnosed with cancer. After a two-year delay, only one album has been released and the plan for a two-part album has been abandoned in light of Yauch's death on May 4, 2012.
The album received critical acclaim upon its release, with critics praising the energetic rapping, experimental production, and disregard for contemporary hip hop trends. It was also a moderate commercial success, debuting at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart. The release was supported by four singles – "Lee Majors Come Again", "Too Many Rappers" featuring Nas, "Make Some Noise", and "Don't Play No Game That I Can't Win" featuring Santigold.